emeraldgreene asked: It’s nice to see that other people enjoy YA books as much as I do. There’s just something about the writing. I am an actual young adult, not what the book companies consider young adults. There’s just something about real fiction that just screams “No, you’re not going to like it” at me. And I figure, young adult books are written by actual adults. I’ve read somewhere that YA books are being increasingly read by groups of people older than teens. Which makes me feel a little better. I do get a little embarrassed when someone asks what my favorite book is, I do LOVE to read, and I have to say “I don’t know, so many”. I’ll get over it. YA’s just handle such hard topics and they make it interesting to read out. Maybe YA’s are the new regular fiction?
That’s always bothered me about the term “young adult”. I’m 21 so I consider myself a young adult! Since when were 14 year olds (young) adults? I wouldn’t consider them the new regular fiction though - “general fiction” is still a lot larger than YA fiction. I suppose genres are nearly as redundant as music genres - if you want to read a book, read it, regardless of the genre it falls in! :D
No but it’s on my “to read” list. It looks so good and I’ve heard really good things about it.
iwasaredhead asked: Is the city of bones series any good?
I have no idea! I’m getting the first book for Christmas; I’ve not read any yet.
No but I’ll look it up :) edit: Oh, it’s in Indonesian? I can only understand English, unfortunately!
Anonymous asked: What are your favorite romance books?
Thank you! The theme is by Laacuks and you find it here. I just edited the colours.
No I haven’t but I shall look it up. Thank you for the recommendation!
nostaglictraces asked: I’ve read all of Jane Austen’s novels and I found Emma to be the hardest to get into, too. My favorites are Sense and Sensibility and Persuasion, but I got into Mansfield Park the easiest. So, just a suggestion if you want to try her books - try Mansfield park first!
I already bought Pride and Prejudice so I’ll read that first but I’ll definitely be reading more if I like it. Thank you for the suggestions :)
kelirkelir asked: Hello there.. It’s nice to know another book lover in different part in this world :D What is your favorite book theme?
It’s nice to me you :D Hmmm. I’m only 21 so the majority of the books on my bookshelf are children/YA books but I do see myself as a “general fiction” person. I don’t normally looked for books based on a certain theme or genre - I just read whatever sounds interesting! There may be a theme though but it’s hard to see it on the inside! You can see everything I’ve ever read here and you might find a theme!
(The title song is And Run by He Is We)